Glenavon bid to bounce back from upset while Swifts target league and cup 'double'

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Rodney McAree - after cup win, he's now aiming for Europe.

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Dungannon host Ballymena United in the Danske Bank Premiership on Tuesday night.

It's a repeat of the recent League Cup final won by the Swifts.

They're now just three points behind the seventh-placed Sky Blues in the Premiership, although David Jeffrey's team have two games in hand. 

Swifts boss Rodney McAree says after the historic cup success the aim now is to overtake Ballymena in the race for the final European play-off place...

In the other game on Tuesday, Glenavon welcome league leaders Crusaders.

Lurgan Blues keeper Jonny Tuffey says they need to bounce back from their shock Irish Cup defeat against Loughgall...

The Crues would go five points clear of Coleraine with a win at Mourneview.

Kick-off in Lurgan is 7.45pm with the Stangmore showdown starting 15 minutes later. 

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